With 723 inhabitants it is the largest village in Garrigues.

Pla de la Vila, the square situated in the centre of the village, where formerly there was a pond to give water to cattle, is the meeting point for people from Granadella.

On one of the corners of the square there is Església de Santa Maria (church), a Baroque construction which began to be built in 1764 and it is called “Catedral de les Garrigues” (Garrigues cathedral) due to its cathedral size. It is a three-naved church and some of its outstanding features are a lit dome and the high altar with the shrine of Sant Crist de Gràcia.

This image, which according to legend was found in a hermitage situated in the site of the current church, is strongly worshipped by the inhabitants of the village, who have always shown a special devotion to it.

On Sant Antoni hill we find 14th-century Ermita de Sant Antoni Abad (hermitage), with a newly-built altar dedicated to Mare de Déu de Montserrat.